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Overcoming fake product controversy, Freezia moved to the agency of Song Kang Ho and Ko So Young

by Amber Simmons

Song Jia (Freezia) has signed an exclusive contract with Sublime Artist Agency.

On May 10th, HLL and Sublime Artist Agency announced, “We recently signed an exclusive contract with Song Jia, who has showcased great influence in various fields as a creator and Youtuber. We are very happy to accompany Song Jia, who owns diverse talents, on her new start.”

Song Jia made her face and name known to the public after appearing on Netflix’s program “Single’s Inferno” in 2021.

However, earlier last year, Song Jia was caught up in controversy when she was revealed to have used fake luxury items. At that time, the female Youtuber admitted to using the fake products and apologized, saying “As a person who is creating Youtube content, I should have been more careful with everything I do. I apologize for damaging the brands’ values and disappointing many of you who trust me.”

HLL is the publisher of various famous fashion magazines, such as ELLE, Bazaar, COSMOPOLITAN, and Esquire. Sublime Artist Artist is a management agency under HLL with various actors, singers, models, and influencers representing Korea, such as Song Kang Ho, Ko So Young, Kim Hee Jung, Yoon Jung Hee, Ki Eun Se, Tiffany Young, Kim Yoon Ji, Hani (Ahn Hee Yeon), Jackson (GOT7), Youngjae (GOT7), Han Eu Ddeum, Jung Ye In, Im Na Young, Kim Jin Kyung, Han Hyun Min, Rina, etc., and is actively supporting domestic and overseas activities of its artists based on their expertise and know-how in each field.

Source: Nate

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